Suzanne Somers, the beloved actor known for "Three's Company," passed away at the age of 76, following a 23-year battle with breast cancer.

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She died peacefully at her home in Palm Springs, California, surrounded by her family, including her husband Alan Hamel and her son Bruce.

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Initially, the family had planned to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16th, but instead, they commemorate her extraordinary life.

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In July, Suzanne announced the recurrence of her breast cancer, expressing her determination to combat it using a combination of conventional and alternative treatments.

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Suzanne Somers was born in 1946 in San Bruno, California. Her childhood was marked by challenges, including her father's alcoholism.

She began her career in the late 1960s and gained fame when she appeared in George Lucas's "American Graffiti."

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Despite having a successful acting career, she encountered controversy and eventually left"Three's Company" after requesting a salary increase to match that of her co-star, John Ritter.

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Suzanne used this setback as an opportunity to explore new avenues, including performing in a Las Vegas act, hosting a talk show, and becoming an entrepreneur.

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In the 1990s, she gained fame as the spokesperson for the "Thigh Master" and made a comeback to network television with "Step by Step" on ABC's TGIF lineup.

Suzanne Somers was also a prolific author, writing books on various topics, including aging, menopause, beauty, wellness, sex, and cancer.

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She is survived by her loving family, which includes her husband,Alan, her son, Bruce, and a blended family, as well as her six grandchildren.

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Suzanne Somers' family is planning a private burial and a memorial service to celebrate her life in November, fulfilling her dreams.

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